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The Board of Trustees and 
the President of 
Philadelphia College of Art 
cordially invite you to a 
reception and a preview of 
Student Annual 72 
Friday, May 12 4:30 to 7 
at the College 
Broad and Pine Streets 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
This invitation admits two 

The exhibition will continue 
through June 13, 1972 
9 to 4 Monday to Friday 



STUDENT ANNUAL '72 At the close 
of each academic year, the College is 
proud to present an exhibition of 
outstanding student work. Representing 
every department, the exhibition is 
composed of works in all media which 
will be displayed in the Gallery on the 
main floor. 



The Student Annual exhibition offers 
the public an opportunity to view the 
skills and creative development 
of young men and women whose 
influence on our surroundings and on 
the progress of art and design will 
surely be felt in the years to come. 



COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP FUND 
PCA offers degree programs in 1 1 major areas 
of art, design and education. The cost of tfiis 
education increases yearly. Tuition now pays 
only 75 percent of each student's education. 
PCA thus is providing a 25 percent subsidy for 
each student and must seek this support from 
friends and other sources. Increased scholarship 
aid for our students is a special need. This year 
425 students received aid from the College 
averaging $1050 per student. In many cases, 
these awards met only a portion of the student's 
actual need. Estimated annual expense for 
resident students this academic year was 
$3800-$4000. For commuting students the 
estimate was $2900-$3000. The Scholarship 
Fund needs the generous support of the College's 
friends. This invitation carries with it a request for 
your support of our Scholarship Fund. For your 
convenience a card and envelope are enclosed. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 
H. Ober Hess, Chairman 
Rex H. Anderson 
Arnold A. Bayard 
George D. Beck 
Warren Blair 
Philip A. Bregy 
Mrs. Frederick Chait 
Edward K. Cratsley 
F. Eugene Dixon, Jr. 
James Eiseman 
Philip J. Eitzen 
Stephen S. Gardner 
Mrs. Albert M. Greenfield 
Kermit J. Hall 



Mrs. Samuel M. V. Hamilton 
Charles E. Ingersoll 
L. Davis Jones 
Mrs. Austin Lament 
Mrs. H. Gates Lloyd 
Thomas B. McCabe, Jr. 
William McCaffery 
Mrs. Charles A. Meyer 
Robert Buchanan Mitchell 
Richard L. Newburger 
Gordon Parks 
Ronald K. Porter 
Mrs. Meyer P. Potamkin 
Meyer P. Potamkin 
William L. Rafsky 



Randal W. Reed 

Mel Richman 

Mrs. Lessing J. Rosenwald 

R. Barclay Scull 

Mrs. Andrew J. Sordoni, Jr. 

Mrs. Marguerite Walter 

Philip H. Ward, III 

Howard A. Wolf 

HONORARY TRUSTEES 

R. Sturgis Ingersoll 

Mrs. Malcolm Lloyd 

Samuel R. Rosenbaum 

Mrs. Thomas Raeburn White 

Mrs. John Wintersteen 



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